Gallery: Children in fine voice at festival
CHILDREN from eight Huntingdonshire schools took part in a music festival at Hinchingbrooke Performing Arts Centre on Thursday. The Key Stage 2 Music Festival was a choir workshop for children aged bettween seven and 11. This year s theme was A Journey T
CHILDREN from eight Huntingdonshire schools took part in a music festival at Hinchingbrooke Performing Arts Centre on Thursday.
The Key Stage 2 Music Festival was a choir workshop for children aged bettween seven and 11.
This year's theme was A Journey Through Space and the songs included Believe, Don't Stop Me Now, Great Balls of Fire, We Will Rock You and, for a finale, No Wars Will Stop Us Singing.
Taking part were youngsters from primary schools in Abbots Ripton, Brampton, Buckden, Hartford, Houghton, Godmanchester Primary and St Anne's Godmanchester and Stukeley Meadows.
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The event was organised by HuntSNet, a network of 23 Huntingdonshire schools and Huntingdonshire Regional College which coordinates joint projects.
The concert was conducted by Anthea Kenna, with Margaret Leverett on the piano.
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